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Toronto Wrap: How Paramount Snagged Chris Rock’s ‘Top Five’

The studio will waste no time in releasing the comedy and is planning a December release

Toronto: Tobey Maguire Chess Film ‘Pawn Sacrifice’ Sells to Bleecker Street

The film first screened for buyers at the festival Sept. 5 but won't officially debut until Sept. 11

‘Pawn Sacrifice’: Toronto Review

Tobey Maguire and Liev Schreiber face off in the greatest chess match in history

Toronto: Melissa McCarthy’s ‘St. Vincent,’ James Franco’s ‘The Sound and the Fury’ Complete Star-Studded Lineup

Denzel Washington, Reese Witherspoon and Robert Duvall to appear in conversation at the Canadian film festival

‘A Dark, Dark House’ Director Larry Moss Discusses Coaching Hilary Swank, Leonardo DiCaprio

The acting coach and director, who's heading a production of Neil LaBute's dark play at L.A.'s Matrix Theater, gets his Oscar-winning actors to "go where nobody else wants to go"

Radius Co-Chiefs on VOD Strategy, ‘Snowpiercer’s’ Critics and Toronto (Q&A)

Tom Quinn and Jason Janego, co-presidents of The Weinstein Co.'s 3-year-old boutique arm, discuss the new economics of indie film, plans for the fest and Harvey Weinstein's involvement in it all.

Alan Rickman’s ‘A Little Chaos’ to Close Toronto Film Festival

While not naming its opener, Toronto also unveiled the latest movies by Mike Binder, Shawn Levy and Jason Reitman for high-profile bows.

Box Office: ‘Awkward Moment,’ ‘Labor Day’ Make a Play for Women on Super Bowl Weekend

UPDATED: The wild card of the weekend is Disney's sing-along version of "Frozen," which could ice out both new films.

IFC’s ‘Spoils of Babylon’ Premiere: Will Ferrell’s Miniseries Debut

"We knew they were going to come up with something creative, epic and stupid," Will Ferrell says of miniseries creators Matt Piedmont and Andrew Steele.

The Spoils of Babylon: TV Review

Tobey Maguire, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig lead a sparkling cast in IFC's epic miniseries spoof.

Zach Galifianakis’ ‘Between Two Ferns’ Goes Caroling With Arcade Fire (Video)

The band gives an ultra-awkward performance befitting the low-budget show as guests Tobey Maguire and Samuel L. Jackson look on.